The slow news day ennui has made its way into Dan and Casey's office. They're sprawled on the couch and, because this is the show where nothing happens, it takes them about four times longer to run through their usual circular dialogue. Dan's asking Casey about a shirt that he's missing (a "white J. Press") that Casey says isn't a favourite (because he doesn't have a favourite) and he didn't forget it anywhere (it's just missing). Casey has no interest in this conversation, which doesn't answer the question: how did this even come up? Since Casey's not speaking about it, did Dan say, "So, Casey, do you happen to be missing any shirts?" Anyway. Dan finally remembers the number one reason guys wind up not having shirts they didn't actually lose: women. Dan starts smirking, and Casey tells him to leave it alone. It's Danny's theory that Casey went to a women's apartment, had sex and wine. Or wine and sex, or whatever. Casey grudgingly admits it. Then Dan says something more about Casey's "rosy glow," and I really want to punch Dan. At least when my friends figure out I've recently had sex, they don't talk about anything dumb like a "rosy glow"; they hoot and say cool stuff and refer to me as the D-Train. I'm glad this scene is over now. ["With gems like 'D-Train,' I can't imagine why." -- Sars]
Well, not that glad. We move to Jeremy in Isaac's office, outlining his problem of the week in excruciating detail to Dana and Isaac. I love Isaac's expression here. He's slumped in his seat, holding his head in his hand. He's not even looking at Jeremy, who's explaining that Natalie has invited him to her family's house for Easter. So he's worried, because a) it might be a little soon for this kind of family function, and b) he's Jewish. "And her family is, like, incredibly, not." Jeremy says it's not a problem for him, but he's worried it might be a problem for her family, because, as he puts it, there are those who think he killed Their Lord. "Not me directly, mind you, I didn't drive the getaway car or anything." Then he asks Isaac what he thinks. Isaac looks up, startled. "Oh my God, were you talking to me all this time?" he asks. Jeremy offers to start over. Okay, I don't think there's enough time left before this planet spins out of orbit and falls into the sun for Jeremy to tell that story again, but Isaac says "okay," as long as Jeremy hits him over the head with a blunt object. Dana asks Jeremy if there's any news to report. When Jeremy (eventually) says no, she ushers him out the door by telling him Isaac has a lot of work to do.